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[guest post] the laborious doing

You’re going to want to tune in for this beautiful, raw, inspired truth from my friend Nikki today…

 

I have always had dreams of pregnancy. I would lay in the bath imagining what it would be like to see a little ripple across my belly, or put on a fabulous outfit, and turn sideways thinking of how much more awesome it would be with a #babybump. 1,399 more words

Christie

{mama mondays} ever-chasing God

Good morning dear ones.

If you’ve ever read Sacred Pathways, you probably have a better understanding of some of the diverse ways in which one can connect with the Lord. 295 more words

Christie

The Golden Age of Murder (2015) by Martin Edwards

Martin Edwards, author of many crime fiction novels himself, such as his Harry Devlin and Lake District series, has now written a book on Golden Age crime fiction between the two world wars, centring around the novelists involved in the Detection Club. 278 more words

In The Dock

Can Anyone Knock Off Jeb?

I hope that Jeb is not the nominee.  For better or worse, the US will not elect another Bush.  Still, he is the frontrunner and must be taken seriously.  313 more words

Walker

HOW LOSERS BECAME WINNERS

The Democratic party, they of little brain and less brawn, managed to cede the country and Congress to the Republicans in 2009. They had a lot of help. 764 more words

PodCasts

Christie “Tells It Like It Is”. Will Anyone Listen?

We really had hoped to do a full week of historical posts to examine the story around July 4th and American Independence, but alas just when you thought there were no more Republicans entering the race, we got one more! 624 more words

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